Added by devlyin jones on January 30, 2016 at 2:55am — No Comments
Added by Eric Fonseca on January 13, 2016 at 10:26am — No Comments
I've realised whilst watching this last video, since I've been making live-action films I have been very wrapped up in the whole production of the films, I'm currently producing a short film for a first time director who has a great 'Guy Richie' style script, the problem we came across was that it set mostly inside a chicken shop, and unfortunately, chicken shop opening hours are rubbish for filming in, the director tried shooting the film before I got involved, and the chicken shop they had…Continue
Added by Adam Holt on December 16, 2015 at 2:31pm — No Comments
After I finished my creative media course I worked full time as a builders labourer for a year, trying to find the time to make my films, then decided that I'd give film school a go, and so I started my degree this September (2015) but unfortunately it wasn't for me, as like many others, most annoying thing is that I kind of knew film school has their flaws before I started, and the reason I didn't go the first year I got onto the course. For many different reasons I have lost my motivation…Continue
Added by Adam Holt on December 16, 2015 at 2:06pm — No Comments
I've recently re-discovered my love for stop motion, and have been looking over some of my old stuff I made when I was getting into animation as a kid, I had a look at my old youtube channel and came across a series of making of videos I shot on my families point and shoot digital camera and edited on windows movie maker.
There was around two weeks left of the summer holidays and I gathered my younger brother Joe, and my cousin who had just moved to our village, Steve. And I thought…Continue
Added by Adam Holt on December 16, 2015 at 1:46pm — No Comments
Hello to all the good folks out there!
One crazy man and his dream. I would like to keep track all of my progress in one place and so will be adding to this blog as I go. Please scroll down and check it out:) Newest additions at the bottom. I have, over the last several years, been learning some of the magic and…Continue
Added by Marc on October 14, 2015 at 9:11am — No Comments
I had always wanted to purchase Dragonframe software. So, about…Continue
Added by Ernest Skocdopole on September 4, 2015 at 9:00am — No Comments
We’re looking for someone to help us create storyboards for our next stereoscopic 3D stop motion animated short film Mary and The Looking Glass, the follow-up to Skeleton Girl, the award-winning first film in the Twisted Tales for Demented Children anthology. If Calgary-based, the successful artist can…Continue
Added by Becky Scott on June 5, 2015 at 11:18am — No Comments
Here's the behind the scenes feature on the making of our recent animation The River, to The Arrogant Worms' song River of Snot. I don't know about you but I love watching the behind the scenes on different projects. There is so much that goes into the making of these, especially when it comes to stop motion animation, and I think it's helpful and interesting to get some of that insight for one's own projects, or to see how and why certain elements came together. Hope you enjoy and let me…Continue
Added by Becky Scott on May 27, 2015 at 1:07pm — No Comments
On march 26th i uploaded my most recent work called "To the uncertain" a stop motion science fiction animated series, at the same time i launched my campaign , right now there are only 22 days remaining on the campaign and so far i have only received 4 % of the money thats necesary to complete the rest of the episodes, so i tought that if i post it here since you are a stop motion comunity you could help me, i just need some for materials and work, i need to improve my equipment , so please…Continue
Added by Juan Quirós on May 3, 2015 at 1:30pm — No Comments
Today we released our latest 3D stop motion animation called The River. It accompanies The Arrogant Worms song River of Snot. We created it in a Monty Python style, kind…Continue
Added by Becky Scott on April 29, 2015 at 10:49am — No Comments
Added by Angus Lamont on March 17, 2015 at 1:09pm — No Comments
So I've remade my robot and he's ready to go on the set.
Here's a screen shot of the robot on set with the little blue alien.…Continue
Added by Steve Boot on March 10, 2015 at 3:27pm — No Comments
I've decided to change to name of my short from "Washed up" to "Once upon a blue moon" (that title might well change again), since the action is now set in outer space.
I've been busy making a spaceship from a garden water spray bottle with some deodorant sticks and some cheap plastic binoculars for boosters…Continue
I saw an animation the other day that I found to be really inspiring.
the film is "Madame Tutli-Putli". The film used cg for the eyes of the protagonist though I'm not sure about the other characters but there's a big chance that they did that.
The CG'd eye of actress Laurie Walker is just mesmerizing and surely did it affect the whole film. Those eyes took my attention and started clouding my head with question about the material and the how they may have formed the facial…Continue
Added by Lemz Media on March 6, 2015 at 3:49am — No Comments
Our professor asked us to do a Stop Motion and 2D type animation in one film.
I found the idea to be really interesting. I would love to work on this asap.
But upon researching I really haven't seen anything like this.
I would like to ask if anyone here had any experience on filming similar type of film or if you happen to cross upon one on the Internets.
I don't see much of a problem on having this done, but tips and suggestions would be greatly…
I've made a mold for my robot hands, I'm just using whats quick and and available so it's made out of silicone. Probably not ideal as its going to be a silicone on silicone mold, but I'm assured that as long as I spray on lots of J wax (or whatever release agent in the cupboard) it should be okay.
I didn't mix some of the catalyst into the silicone well enough so it didn't go off. Luckily one of the more experienced maintenance crew was able to save it (you can see the colour…Continue
Added by Steve Boot on February 25, 2015 at 2:02pm — No Comments
We're just winding down on a new series at work and its becoming unusually quiet, so I came up with a really simple idea for a short mini series. The idea was to make it as simple as possible, one set and a couple of easy to make characters.
My idea was about a robot and a crab living on a small remote island, so I quickly mocked up the robot character.…Continue